KILLSWITCH ENGAGE: New Audio Interview With MIKE D'ANTONIO Available

TheRighttoRock.com has has issued its latest podcast (episode #45), featuring bassist Mike D'Antonio from KILLSWITCH ENGAGE.

The interview lasts approximately 25 minutes and can be heard at this location.

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE has been confirmed for this year's Dubai Desert Rock Fest, set to take place March 7-8, 2008 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Mike D'Antonio recently told Billboard.com that his group is unlikely to release a new studio album before 2009.

"We are considering starting an album at the end of [2008] at this point," D'Antonio said. "We're not gonna stop touring on this record ('As Daylight Dies') until at least the end of April, and I know we're probably going to do a run of all the festivals in Europe in June and July. After that, I believe then we're gonna start talking about writing a new record."

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